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  • Bologna 0-3 AC Milan: Boateng, Robinho, Ibrahimovic scored

    AC Milan cemented its position at the top of Serie A. This is obtained after Rossonerri Bologna silencing opposition through the score 3-0.

    In the action held at the Renato Dall'Ara on Sunday (12/12/2010) , Milan had won scored by Kevin-Prince Boateng, Robinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

    Add three points it makes Il Diavolo Rosso away from its rivals at the top of Serie A with 36 points, six points ahead of second place Napoli. While Bologna budge on the 16 th position with 17 points.

    The game

    Match runs nine minutes Milan managed to unlock the benefits. Ibra who send feedback to the penalty box easily maximized Boateng coming in between two defenders and fired hard volley to beat Bologna goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano

    Furthermore, hard shot Andrea Pirlo not meet the target after flying over the bar. In the 35th minute Milan double the score finished 2-0 after Robinho that utilizes breakthrough ball Boateng, Esposito, running from the guard fired shots into the near post without being able to be intercepted Viviano.

    Ibrahimovic nearly scored a third goal Milan suppose after the escape from an offside trap, his hard shot from inside the penalty box was tamed Viviano. Shortly before halftime kick Gianluca Zambrotta hit the crossbar still Bologna.

    In the 60th minute goalkeeper Ibrahim finally able to break through Viviano. Starting bait region Pirlo, Ibra who ran then kicked the ball from the penalty box and lodged in the upper right corner nets Viviano.

    Bologna had a chance to reduce the penalty reward dumped circumstances but in vain by Marco Di Vaio. Di Vaio kick that led to the left corner with a well capable denied by Christian Abbiati.

    Until the long whistle sounded, the score remained 3-0.

    Team Line-up:

    Bologna: Viviano; Esposito, Britos, Moras, Morleo; Casarini, Mudingayi, Della Rocca (Meggiorini 46); Buscè (Ekdal 46), Ramirez (Gimenez 76), Di Vaio

    AC Milan: Abbiati; Abate, Nesta, Bonera, Zambrotta (Antonini 57); Gattuso (Strasser 53), Pirlo, Ambrosini; Boateng (Seedorf 72), Ibrahimovic, Robinho


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